However I managed to fit my favourite things into the trip – visiting my Granny’s home in Kent, a coffee in Petersham Nurseries (a must-do if you haven’t been!), a proper curry in Tooting with my besties, and a local brekkie with the family. What are your favourite things to do in London?
week in France in August, we headed to London for 5 days. It was the first time seeing many of my friends in almost 2 years so it was full of wonderful reunions. My parents had just bought a boat on the Thames with their friends so we had a couple of trips down the river soaking up the sun, nibbling on picnic food, and sipping Pimm’s. It’s amazing how different London feels when you’re on the river, even in central London it is so much more peaceful. My beautiful uni girlfriends came to London for a night and we did our usual thang scouting out a new exhibition followed by windswept rooftop drinks at this bar, and a hilarious night out in Clapham. I love how even if busy lives have meant keeping in touch has been on-and-off over the past 2 years, it’s like nothing has changed when you are reunited! When we booked our London trip this time last year, 5 days seemed like plenty of time but this was before we got engaged. We were rushing around like mad people to fit in catch-ups with friends with wedding appointments so I wish we had added on an extra couple of days to allow for breathing space. The only meal I ate at my family home was the night before our 24 hour flight back home and I was feeling a little exhausted!After our